CLAM Camera Captures Both Sides Of The Story

Traveling in a group is fun, especially when a bunch of digital cameras are whipped out to snap candid poses. Unfortunately, the photographer is more often than not left out of the group, leading to unsuspecting passersby being “victims” of the said bunch to snap a decent photo of everybody. The CLAM camera aims to change that, allowing moments to be stored for all eternity from both sides of the aperture thanks to its unique shape and the inclusion of a lens on the other side of the camera. This means two photos are taken simultaneously each time the shutter button is pressed, where the exterior LCD will show what you have shot while the interior LCD (revealed when the CLAM is opened up) will show what you look like. Pretty cool concept, but no doubt it would be pretty hard to get varying expressions of the photographer considering the circumstances.

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